Jamie Murray, a former world doubles number one, reached the 2015 Wimbledon final with John Peers then won two grand slam titles the following year with his current partner, Bruno Soares.
Meanwhile, last year's romantic Wimbledon story Marcus Willis, the no-hoper who surged through qualifying to make it to the second round and a match against Roger Federer, found himself facing a tough task in this year's qualifying tournament at Roehampton, which starts today.
Murray is due to play another match at Hurlingham on Friday against a now unnamed opponent and will reportedly be fit for that contest which comes just 72 hours before the defence of his Wimbledon title.
"I'm not rushing to call Andy up and ask him when he wants to play", Jamie said with a smile. I think we'd probably quite like to.
Judy Murray, Great Britain's Fed Cup captain, says her sons - who have paired together on tour and in the Davis Cup before - will continue on their own path for now, but she does foresee a time when they play together at SW19.
"One day we might play together at Wimbledon but that depends on Andy's singles career", Murray said.
I think they are both as driven as ever to win big titles.
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